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Author: Michael C. J. Putnam,Jan M. Ziolkowski
ISBN: 0300108222
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Pages 1128 pages
Publisher Yale University Press (March 11, 2008)
Language English
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by Michael C. J. Putnam,Jan M. Ziolkowski


Michael C. J. Putnam is W. Duncan MacMillan II Professor of Classics, Emeritus, and Professor of Comparative Literature .

Michael C. Duncan MacMillan II Professor of Classics, Emeritus, and Professor of Comparative Literature, Emeritus, Brown University. He is the author of Virgil’s Epic Designs and Horace’s Carmen Saeculare, published by Yale University Press. Jan M. Ziolkowski, author of more than a dozen books on medieval literature, is Arthur Kingsley Porter Professor of Medieval Latin at Harvard University.

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The book begins with a chronological survey of Virgil’s influence upon .

The book begins with a chronological survey of Virgil’s influence upon writers from Augustan Rome to Renaissance Italy. The final section focuses on the tradition of legends associated with Virgil. Michael C.

Ziolkowski's first major involvement in the study of the Roman poet Virgil came in 2008, when he brought out with Michael C. Putnam a very large anthology of. .The Virgilian Tradition: The First Fifteen Hundred Years. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008. Putnam a very large anthology of translations, The Virgilian Tradition: The First Fifteen Hundred Years, published by Yale University Press.

This site supplements the print form of The Virgilian Tradition

This site supplements the print form of The Virgilian Tradition. It offers the table of contents to the book, with indications of additions and corrections to specific entries. Duncan MacMillan II Professor of Classics and professor of comparative literature, Brown University. He is the author of Virgil's Epic Designs and Horace's Carmen Saeculare, published by Yale University Press.

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Magazine article First Things; A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life

Magazine article First Things; A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life. By Peters, Nathaniel. In this volume, Michaeli Putnam, one of die world's foremost Virgilians, and Jan Ziolkowski, a medievalist at Harvard, have collected original texts- many translated for die first time into English-showing how Virgil was received, used, and explained through the Roman era and the Middle Ages.

Michael C. This indispensable anthology gathers texts and translations that cover major aspects of the Virgilian tradition from the Roman poet's own lifetime to the year 1500. Published by: Yale University Press. Unprecedented in scope, the book presents a vast compendium of materials that illuminate how poets, teachers, students, and common folk responded to Virgil and his poetry. The book begins with a chronological survey of Virgil's influence upon writers from Augustan Rome to Renaissance Italy.

This indispensable anthology gathers texts and translations that cover major aspects of the Virgilian tradition from the Roman poet’s own lifetime to the year 1500. Unprecedented in scope, the book presents a vast compendium of materials that illuminate how poets, teachers, students, and common folk responded to Virgil and his poetry. The volume offers a brief commentary on each text, many of which are translated into English for the first time.The book begins with a chronological survey of Virgil’s influence upon writers from Augustan Rome to Renaissance Italy. There follow detailed reviews of biographies of Virgil, of how his writings were received and used, and of how the poet was envisaged and explained through the centuries. The final section focuses on the tradition of legends associated with Virgil.